In anticipation of expected great interest from people seeking to be Cambridge’s next city manager, city officials are assembling a 19-member committee to screen résumés and conduct preliminary interviews with the highest-qualified candidates.
Mike Connolly, seeking the 26th Middlesex District seat of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in a Democratic primary election to be held Sept. 8, has won the endorsement of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts.
Candidate profiles taped recently at the Somerville Community Access Television studios have become available online.
Residents interested in filling a vacancy on the Cambridge Water Board should apply by Aug. 19. This is an extension of the original July 1 deadline.
The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Field House rocked during June 9 graduation ceremonies to cheers and yelps as Meighan Bannon, Jacqueline Cesario, Doug McGlathery and Tanya Trayer became Faculty Distinction awardees.
The Housing Division of the city’s Community Development Department will hold two rental and homeownership information sessions from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 9.
An environmental group and unions covering a broad coalition of job fields, including janitors, health care workers, laborers, building trades, teachers, firefighters and municipal employees, endorse Pat Jehlen for reelection in the Second Middlesex Senate district.
While it is clearly frustrating when some in our community continue to judge the Cambridge Police Department for the actions of police officers in other jurisdictions, we understand this reality.
The Community Preservation Act Committee will meet at 6 p.m. July 28 to take public comment on allocations for projects to be funded with Community Preservation Act Funds.
State Rep. Tim Toomey has been endorsed for reelection to the 26th Middlesex District seat of the state’s House of Representatives by the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund.